Thursday, September 5, 2013
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Two Players each win $22,000 Top Prize playing 2by2
Two lucky Kansas Lottery players
have each claimed a top prize worth $22,000 playing 2by2! The
winners, who wished to remain anonymous, claimed their top prizes
this week at Lottery headquarters in Topeka.
On September 3, the first 2by2
winning ticket was claimed by a Lawrence resident. The winner
matched both Red numbers 19 and 26 and both White numbers 22 and 26
in the August 26 drawing. The winner won the $22,000 top
prize on a free ticket he had won in a previous 2by2 drawing.
The winning ticket was purchased at Casey's General Store 2812,
located at 1629 Main St. in Atchison.
A Salina resident claimed the
second 2by2 ticket worth $22,000 on September 4. The winner
matched both Red numbers 05 and 12 and both White numbers 02 and 26
in the September 2 drawing. The winner won the $22,000 top
prize on a seven-day multi-draw ticket. Had the winner won on
a Tuesday, he would have won a $44,000 2by2 Tuesday grand
prize! The winning ticket was purchased at VFW 1432, located
at 1108 W Crawford in Salina.
2by2 is a daily game that offers
eight ways to win and a top prize of $22,000. Players can
also play 2by2 Tuesday when they purchase a qualifying play to
double any prizes won on Tuesday with a top prize of $44,000.
A qualifying 2by2 Tuesday play requires a ticket purchase of seven
consecutive days or multiples of seven consecutive days (14, 21 and
28). 2by2 is a multi-state game with three states
participating; Kansas, Nebraska and North Dakota.